Tag: drugs

Opium: BBC Documentary Series, A Complete History. All the way back to Mesopotamia, the evils of opium, morphine, and heroin, as well as the benefits, are explored. Animations are an added highlight to an interesting documentary. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

It’s the cold and flu season. I oughtta know: I’ve had a cold for weeks. Here are 8 natural antibiotics to replace pharmaceuticals. I’m going for cinnamon and honey. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Shamans of the Amazon, a documentary by Dean Jefferys. Shamans use ayahuasca to look into the future and see visions of any and all worlds. Indigenous people resist oil companies who try to take their land and they communicate with the planet as though it is a conscious, living entity. Terence McKenna comments. See: www.shamansoftheamazon.com […]

Graham Hancock talks with Michael C. Ruppert on the Lifeboat Hour radio show about his banned Ted Talk. This is audio only—no video. Apparently the culprit in the Talk was ayahuasca. If you’re scratching your head, think DMT, Terence McKenna, drugs. This piece is just as fascinating as the original TED Talk. TweetFacebookLinkedInTumblrStumbleDiggDelicious

Graham Hancock’s banned Ted Talk, The War on Consciousness. I can see why folks who want to keep a tight rein on things wouldn’t want to let this brilliant piece of work by Graham Hancock go unfettered. Hancock is a genius and this is not the first time in history that the dull and powerful […]

Mayan Calendar image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

“The sky is falling! The sky is falling!” ~Chicken Little~ “Naw. It ain’t the sky. That’s just a chip off the Mayan Calendar.” ~Two-Bit Guru~ There’s been a lot of speculation lately about If the world will end on December 21, but I haven’t heard these Mayan calendar predictions say much about How. Since thinkers […]

“I don’t know how many parts this thing will have, but you can be sure it will have at least one.” Eno When a friend told me a long time ago that we create our own reality I thought he was screwy, but I was willing to accept two things: If I spend a day […]

  We often speak of our life’s path as though it runs in a straight line, or possibly that it’s more like a meandering lane. Looking back I have come to realize that my path hasn’t been, and isn’t now, an easy target to define. When I drank beer, wine, and Scotch whiskey in my […]